If you heat your home with oil or another non-electric heating source, new rebates are now available to help you enjoy all the good things efficiency brings.
Efficiency Nova Scotia will receive $53.5 million in new funding from the Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia over the next four years to help tens of thousands of Nova Scotians make efficiency upgrades and further reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Home Energy Assessment
A Home Energy Assessment helps you locate where your home is losing heat and provides a game plan and rebates to increase your home’s efficiency. Book your Home Energy Assessment and unlock rebates of up to $5,000 for upgrades to insulation, windows, doors, heating systems, draft proofing and more!
Heat pumps and other alternate heating sources
Rebates are also available on energy efficient heating systems, including heat pumps, pellet and wood stoves and boilers.
Energy efficient products – installed for Free
One of Efficiency Nova Scotia’s most popular programs, we install LEDs and other measures in your home – for free. New measures, such as faucet aerators, energy efficient showerheads and hot water pipe wrap, are now available to all homes.
Coming in August, Efficiency Nova Scotia will provide rebates of $1 per watt of solar photovoltaics (PV) installed in your home, up to a maximum rebate of $10,000.
If you install solar PV on or after June 25th and meet all program requirements and criteria, you may still qualify for rebates when the program launches in mid-August.